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A vague account of the weekend [Dec. 21st, 2009|11:18 am]
Listen in, listen Ian!
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* Went to the Nine Carols show at the Bloomsbury Theatre on Friday night which was excellent. I can't remember any of the scientists' names now, but I liked the one who did his alternative awards ceremony, and I liked Stewart Lee even though his material was ancient. The elderlyish bloke sitting next to us looked totally mystified by Gary Le Strange.

* Accidentally heard Dotun Adebayo when I was listening to the radio late on Saturday night. He's rotten, isn't he? He first hosted a dreadful discussion about Leslie Hughes being sacked as Manchester city manager, then he talked about the snow in America with what he described as "native New Yorkers" as if we're supposed to be impressed by this. Real mericans? Live on the radio? Zowie! The best bit was when he said "'I'm just going outside, I may be some time' as Captain Scott famously said." Um, alright, whatever.

* Finished my nephew/niece Christmas shopping at the Science Museum/Natural History Museum shops. Got great stuff, including space ice cream and a T-Rex glove puppet!

* Went on a tube walk around the lovely houses and lovely food shops of Kensignton. Holland Park's good though, isn't it? It has a Kyoto Garden and peacocks.
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[User Picture]From: brigbother
2009-12-21 04:56 pm (UTC)
Oh I quite like Dotun Adebayo, and by that I mean I quite like having Up All Night in he background whilst I drift off. That or Supercasino on Channel 5.
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[User Picture]From: diamond_geyser
2009-12-23 01:06 pm (UTC)
Isaac Newton's catflap award for kitten pandering was presented by Marcus Chown. You probably also saw Simon Singh, nemesis of the spine-wizards, and Dr Brian Cox, who knows about the universe AND was once in D:REAM. Terrifyingly this is true.
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[User Picture]From: ruudboy
2009-12-23 01:14 pm (UTC)
Things have certainly got better for him, hey?
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[User Picture]From: diamond_geyser
2009-12-23 01:23 pm (UTC)
Indeed. Too confusing. He looks like he used to be Mark Owen.
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